Gators land QB transfer

Florida has landed a post-graduate transfer from inside the Southeastern Conference.

Vanderbilt quarterback/wide receiver Josh Grady will play his final year of eligibility at Florida. The Armwood High School product finished his four-year career with the Commodores, taking a redshirt in 2011 before playing from 2012-14.

Grady split time between quarterback and wide receiver while playing for Vanderbilt but wasn’t heavily involved.

In his career, Grady went 3-7 through the air while passing for 27 yards and two interceptions. He added 20 rushing yards with seven catches for 89 yards during his career. His most productive season was in 2012 as a redshirt freshman. Grady had 23 rushing yards and all 89 of his career receiving yards that year. In 2014, Grady played in six games and threw one incomplete pass.

Grady gives the Gators depth. Quarterback Skyler Mornhinweg transferred to Columbia, leaving Florida with only two scholarship quarterbacks in Will Grier and Treon Harris.

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